Radiodetection’s FlexiTrace is a flexible rod containing conducting wires running the full length of the rod, with a transmitting sonde at the end and inserted into pipes and ducts where size restricts the use of larger diameter sondes or Flexrods. When used with a Radiodetection locator and transmitter, the Flexi Trace can be used to trace the line of the pipe or to locate blockages and collapses. Available with a rod diameter of 5mm (0.2″) and lengths of up to 80m (263′) the FlexiTrace can be used to pinpoint the location of a blockage or used to trace the entire route of the pipe.
The FlexiTrace reel holds 164′(50m) or 260’ (80m) of small diameter rod. The rod itself can be energised by a Radiodetection transmitter* or Genny and inserted into pipes as small as 12mm. It is used with a Radiodetection locator or C.A.T to find and trace small diameter plastic pipes etc. Unlike using a sonde with a Flexrod, the entire length of the Flexi trace can be detected from above ground.
*When using a Tx-5 or Tx-10 transmitter, some power restrictions apply. Please enquire for details.
Part No: 10/TRACE50-XX (XX = D, F, GB, NL)
Part No: 10/TRACE80-XX (XX = D, F, GB, NL)
Download The Flexitrace Brochure Here: FlexiRod & FlexiTrace Brocure